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was i. then this while it's president nicolas maduro initiate scale military drills in preparation for a possible u.s. military intervention. all fit with efforts to rebuild the war torn iraqi city of mosul and to weigh the situation on the grounds for main scrim locals told us the city is a ghost town there's no reconstruction here all the reconstruction efforts are just
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like the living dead we have a cemetery over there but here it's a cemetery for the living. south africa's sees a significant spike in attacks on white farm as we head from some of the victim. is just ten two pm here in moscow you're watching auti international welcome to the program. the top story venezuela's president nicolas maduro has launched what he calls the most important military drills in the country's history in preparation for a possible u.s. invasion middle row insists washington is leading a coup against him by its aggressive backing of venezuela's opposition leader one quiet day proclaimed himself interim president in january the venezuelan military is taking. with majority though despite them fifty countries now officially
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recognizing why don't the door open one to washington against intervening in his country all four of us if we are a peaceful country but we do not mess with us do not threaten us donald trump get out of venezuela stop the threats and get out we must prepare to defend our sovereign territory integrity and independence. majority has also blocked us age to the country saying it's not needed it's medical professionals protested that decision near a bridge at the colombian border one of the routes blocks to aids why dave has been urging the military to disobey madore and that it's through him it's food and medicine shortages some type or inflation more than two million people have fled in this way. with humanitarian aid at the center of the standoff between why though in madore the president of the international federation of the red cross thinks it should never be politicized. it's really
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easy lee challenging fortunately. i did. not and. we are trying to. cross. at the moment. that we should shouldn't be. giving today you money. money. elsewhere. the. next day and find. out from the.
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case the political crisis in venezuela is also having an effect in the us state of florida is now being criticized for the twenty twenty white house run for the presidency. explains how the crisis to shape which way florida is going to fight next chair. here's a quiz for you it's up to these guys with venezuelan flags to decide which of the following who the next leader in as well is going to be what's going to be done with their country's oil reserves what that as well as constitution is going to be like or how american politics are going to shape out surprise surprise d.d. may well be correct here's why. this crowd gathered in florida
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novenas well they've been encouraged by the donald trump administration's full on support of the opposition and now some in the democratic camp are truly worried worried for what the crisis will do to the people wrong it's all about the vote tallies republicans are very smart about working the margins they know that a state like florida is usually decided by one percent over last so all they need are enough of the venezuelans enough of the colombians enough of the proto reconsider indeed florida's a famous swing state plus has got the highest concentration of venezuelans in america oh my forget all those republican geo political appetites guess what donald trump and his team aren't the only ones to be blamed by the dems here some capitol hill democrats have really screwed over their fellow party members by saying things like the united states needs to stay out of the nice well and lead to the nice well
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and people determine their future we don't want other countries to choose our leaders so we have to stop trying to choose the years well if we are actually living in a world that spinning round the never ending donkey elephant tussle this kind of comment is a big mistake for any democrat the resentment has already been reported on here we are in the middle of a crisis while this is developing to have it turned into well the democrats benefit will the republicans benefit yeah it seems like a. every single issue that the country is involved in right now no matter how miniscule an unimportant something this huge and important has turned into a democrat republican game and it is going it only makes you wonder what the very same protesters would say if someone explained them the real way their vote counts . as efforts to rebuild the war torn iraqi city of mosul continue since its
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twenty seventeen liberation the situation on the ground remains graham expense claims that despite the flow of funds to rebuild the city much of the money is being pocketed by local authorities the authorities tonight the allegation the locals continue to complain about swine spread corruption we talked to some of those who have returned to mosul after its liberation america staff has the story coming home should always be a joy safety security but it isn't always so not when you're coming back to mosul there are no basic services in the city no jobs it's terrible we return to our homes a year and a half after the liberation there is no life here there are no decent streets we suffer from power and water shortage it feels so pathetic. we are here battling all the hardships we now regret that we ever came back. it was one of the biggest deadliest battles in the world in decades in the name of freedom they turned west
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mosul into this. a city of millions reduced to ash and rubble in an act they called liberation i was there two years ago i saw tasted and smelled the city being freed that's an iraqi helicopter this is what the aftermath of a classic airstrike in mosul look like it doesn't matter way you do it looks virtually the same crumbled buildings bre airstrike craters two years and now things changed west mosul is still a wreck city of the dead are going to zero but one can even imagine how difficult it is one hospital no schools no teachers we are like the living dead we have
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a cemetery over there but here it's a cemetery for the living. their spirit children orphans a clearing rubble in the absence of builders and construction crews they are what you call rescue crews the first to stumble on and dive from booby traps unexploded u.s. coalition bombs they are the first to reach the corpses under the rubble now estimated to be in the tens of thousands bodies left rotting for two years because the have gotten as holes are everywhere there are still corpses everywhere and if anyone brings humanitarian aid into the local officials to steal it they are all corrupt. corruption has its tentacles everywhere millions of dollars intended for reconstruction apparently. stolen the u.s.
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led coalition which spend billions in mosul doesn't seem to have the cash will to rebuild it the only thing that's being rebuilt the locals the bank accounts of crooked officials there's no reconstruction here all the reconstruction efforts are just. potholes everywhere streets filled with rubble and rubbish it's misery here i swear to god there are new clean officials here as the fight against i saw minutes in iraq intensified some foreign children ended up trapped in the embattled country now they're attending home a group of russian children who spent time in a baghdad prison with them up as have been brought back to moscow this video from the russian emergencies ministry shows them arriving at a moscow airport there were twenty seven children in total aged between four and thirteen the exact details of how they ended up in iraq are unclear but it's believed that many of them were bought by their radicalized parents all of them of
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being resettled in the homes of relatives. in south africa violent attacks on pharma so on the rise increasing by fifteen percent over two years according to new information official figures indicate the teva seventy percent of those made it on farms were white we spoke with some of the farmers who have been subjected to attacks. i think clearly you see closely interlinked in the sense to you i'm so looking just to be in the film to give if you don't insist that this is the life you know who did i sleep slowly up in the door and i was trapped by a guy. around my neck and how to come to my aid. but i. got. to. start with it is now i'm. on my. as i went down the garden began the hit with with the stick. and i was
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a straight up over see the short between your first if you will continue in my income to the. thirty older doesn't mean you're a leader to those you know so the whole time they held a shotgun to my far edge the one that is called leader you can't say you bench josh much thanks josh. been for the gold. this is phone call to let me. there recently published reports by the affray forum research center also reveals that electric trails blowtorches have been used as assault weapons against farm is the issue of the white majority in the farming community has long been staring control the city efforts to redistribute sounds to black farmers have been launched by the government which has stress though that it doesn't intend to begin the mass asia white owned farms the recent spike in attacks
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has put the issue on the radar but violence against farm anus has been happening for decades whilst most of the victims a white some say the attacks are less to do with racism and more to do with why does social problems come saving or north and south africa. and then sure of their tax is disproportionate we're not among those claiming there is a wide genocide or a crime against humanity but it is a serious crisis. and there are signs that it is only going to get wars we are on record as as dismissing the watch the white genocide narrative if it does not exist as friends that being said. you you do get into it into issues of what of what motivates these crimes and an argument could be made that in certain instances. the reckless ritter's racial rhetoric they may be a contributing factor once again these awards expresses possibilities commercial farmers. tend to be disproportionately white although. you know i think it's it's
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it's very important to know and see the solutions you know to not become trapped in that racial prison we are aware of instances where we're. black people being attacked and also i think it is members it must be pointed out that that part of the whole form for matecumbe form of phenomenon is the vulnerability of workers to pretend to be interviewed like and they've been instances where. black people abuse that loves to protect. to protect what i watch people under attack and vice versa as the case. we followed in the priest. and i've asked maidment shows no sign of relenting pressure on the french government with the fifteenth weekend of violent protests across the country one activist in paris had most of his hands blown off by a crowd control grenades. video agency recorded pay off some off
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a warning that you may find some of the images disturbing. i. was. out of this it. was too soon me at the national assembly and people were trying to force their way here the police arrived and threw grenades one hit the guys worked he tried to push it away with his hand as a reflex reaction when the grenade went off so i assisted channel r.t. front with the father of the protester who lost his hand. we stayed in the hospital into late night to find out what's going to happen with him he's lost everything from the wrist down then we met the ophthalmologist to talk about his. he's only wasn't affected too much some superficial wounding but his hand is gone
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we'll file a complaint and then see what happens. on a sunday yesterday sebastian basically lost his hand in front of the national assembly he's crippled and he's a plumber he needs his hand to deal with basic daily stuff he's lost it because i don't know if you understand how symbolic it is but sebastian lost his head in front of the national assembly the house of the people and the government hasn't said a word they are concerned about the fact that the house of mr for iran the president of the national assembly was burned but is just material resources while in front of the second residency of mr for iran the president of the national assembly a person has lost his hand. as our guest just said to me there was an attack on the home of the head of the national assembly though it's not been established whether this had any link to the l.f.s. protests paracel several call set on fire. began last november as a protest against a field hike and quickly morphed into
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a porter anti-government revolt authorities estimate the more than fifty thousand people rallied nationwide on saturday at least four thousand of them in paris. starting next month one of the biggest names in football returns to r.t. if you ask them is full of chose a mean year wasn't enough the legendary coach is back cross special coverage of the twenty nine thousand new way for champions league from pre-match predictions to game post-mortems his nearby weekly show how to talk make sure you're on the touchline with j. same renia. after the previous stage of my career was over everyone one of the. i was going to do next the multiple different clubs on one hand it is logical to sit in the home fields where everything is familiar on the other i wanted a new challenge from the fresh perspective i'm used to surprising. or not so you should. say i'm going to talk about
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football not to you or else you can sink i was going to do. by the way ways of the flying here. still to come on imus and c.e.o. complains about the invasion of his privacy every need picture a black man allegations that has his own company the helping to build a new something in the state more on that after the break. one else chose seemed wrong. when old rules just don't call. any of these yet to shape out just to become educated and engaged with equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look
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for common ground. you know world of big partisan movies. and conspiracy it's time to wait to dig deeper to get the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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welcome back to the program the both of online retail giant amazon is protesting the invasion of his privacy after us tabloid the national enquirer and naturally tried to blackmail him by threatening to leak nude photographs now it's the tabloids parents company rejects jeff bezos is claims it's all comes as a time when amazon this reportedly helping to develop state level surveillance systems don't quartette takes a look. it's blackmail for amazon c.e.o. jeff bezos who has threatened to have his nudes made public by the national enquirer but he chose to own up to it and publish the threat leaving his sympathizers to believe the whole thing was political somehow someone was trying to hit job government entity might have gotten hold of his text messages people who speculated that trump kind of aspect or to do this this was at least partially politically motivated back in two thousand and thirteen amazon signed
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a six hundred million dollar contract with the cia to create a secret cloud server under amazon web services it was intended to pull classified data of seventeen intelligence agencies into one location and one web service has become an especially invasive surveillance technology the amazon videotape young is powered by learning based models providing video analysis of the object in scene detection face attention activity detection and safe content face recognition post and tracking amazon recognition was launched back in twenty seventeen claiming to recognize tens of millions of faces base so says the tech can't be used to criminally violate people's privacy however this strides towards a surveillance state has sparked serious protest amazon cannot simply escape responsibility by saying this cannot be used illegally it's you and i don't
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know i don't think you can believe that we are under surveillance we can't even challenge that surveillance civil rights groups even found that amazon wanted to use doorbell cameras as a surveillance tool for police and immigration officials the american civil liberties union slammed to the whole system as all for a tarion. amazon is building the tools for authoritarian surveillance that advocates activists community leaders politicians and experts have repeatedly warned against even amazon's shareholders are now calling for an end to law enforcement's use of recognition perhaps spays also was just trying to make an easy buck but the writing is on the wall and many think that amazon c.e.o. is finally getting a taste of his own medicine there's a real irony in this that he's been caught sort of how he stood on his own petard as we say. a and his organization have a very tight link with the n.s.a.
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the national security agency and has been helping them with their surveillance techniques so they're intimately connected with the whole surveillance state that the u.s. has been developing when you see something like this happening to one of the world's most powerful men and it should say to you wow if they can do that to him they certainly could be doing that to me and i wouldn't even know about it. but i can say sions a fake news being bandied about to have a mole by politicians and jan with is becoming increasingly hard to discern what is more to sent reliable information but help is at hand to slip it in philosophy. says his ideas on how to watch the news you can find links to that so naughty social media pages but here's a peek at the latest episode. what bothers people day is this dispersal uncontrollable scott you start something more on the internet and so on those who
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fight you i think there are more bothered by this girl that the. facts are always on the right selected from a sucky stand and that's why the most dangerous news in the sense of law is a lot of weeks it lies on two facts it's not easy oh look you go to the yeah you go. and it will function of fake news they make us aware of how i think their id of. the truth. iranians are celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the islamic revolution rallies are being held in there for a thousand cities and towns people are paying tribute to the late founder of these remick republic the main event is into iran where there's
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a march through liberty square. on monday president hassan rouhani attracts the nation down to expands the country's military might. for more details on any of our stories sauti dot com is just a click away i'll be back with more global news on the top of the hour. join me every thursday on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. tough and the entire system i found the way to go through
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a food. bank itself mukti about. two hours in this way got to go out so hard not to think of the mother disappeared this moment then walked up to a coward and open this door open if. this is the only thing that we do is music because everybody fights in his room waiting. on. the floor you can feel the fifty who found his will chris woody allen you have all the ability to get the death penalty. but i think it is this is the fans that is the constant. thought. i've been saying the numbers mean something they've mater the u.s. is over twenty trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen
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each day. eighty five percent of global wealth he longs to the ultra rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred trades per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember in one one business show you can afford to miss the one and only goombah. outside force regime change going in venezuela a few snags a few pumps in the road and can we believe some u.s. troops will leave the middle east and much much more on this edition of crossfire.
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time after time so we're going underground on the fortieth anniversary of the iranian revolution two and a half decades after britain overthrew its democratically elected leader coming up remembering the revolution but what now for the nation the from persepolis to the palestinians has been synonymous with human civilization for thousands of years and coeditor with nobel laureate joe stiglitz and the un's jose antonio ocampo seventy griffin jones on what advice she's been giving u.k. shadow chancellor john mcdonnell for socialist u.k. government all the more coming up in today's going underground but first it was in
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ninety fifty three that the nation celebrating revolution today had its government toppled by london washington and an oil company now part of b.p. why would winston churchill want to overthrow the iranian government do you think bizarrely c.n.n. one of the t.v. networks today being for the overthrow of the leader of another oil rich country venezuela understands a story the cia has released documents that show its role in the nine hundred fifty three that is the coup that toppled iran's democratically elected prime minister mohammad mosaddegh had moved to nationalize oil production and iran yes major nations tend to destabilize countries that nationalize or bring back industries and civic society under democratic control but the winston churchill was successful in installing a brutal dictator along with death squads in iran and they do nations world would be defeated by the iranian revolution of nine hundred seventy nine not that the u.s. and u.k. didn't stop trying margaret thatcher's pal ronald reagan began to supply us saddam
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hussein with weapons to attack iran with saddam's massacres against his own people there were term procul hundred thousand people. us didn't object in fact the reagan administration blocked efforts in congress even to protest against and furthermore the support for saddam increased and continued in fact saddam was given an extraordinary privilege remarkable he was allowed he got away with attacking a u.s. naval vessel and killing thirty seven soldiers if the u.s. didn't even seem to mind having its own soldiers killed by the leader which future pentagon boss donald rumsfeld delivered w n d to iraq but iran wasn't defeated in the iran iraq war by the time rumsfeld was helping tony blair destroy iraq iran is role in the region was significantly strengthened with allies in the international nonaligned movement it most recently sent emergency supplies just saved.


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